On the Rocks was filmed in the United States of America.
Soho House New York
Scene where Felix and Laura are on a stake-out in the not so suspicious red convertible. They are watching Dean who told Laura he was going out with some colleagues.
Scene was shot Soho House began in 1995 in London when founder Nick Jones started a members’ club above his restaurant Cafe Boheme. Today there are members and Soho Houses all over the world. The New York House is based in a former warehouse in the middle of the Meatpacking District. It has 20 bedrooms.
GPS: ['40.7405967712402', '-74.0058364868164']
21 Club - Table 30
Scene where Felix takes his daughter Laura out to diner for her birthday.
Scene was shot 21 Club is a famous restaurant in New York. It is also known as 21. The walls and ceiling of the Bar Room are covered with antique toys and sports memorabilia donated by famous patrons. Table 30 is the most requested table at 21 Club. It is the table where Humphrey Bogart had his first date with Lauren Bacall. The table is known as Bogie’s corner.
GPS: ['40.7605400085449', '-73.9774169921875']
Scene where Laura is visited by her father Felix.
Scene was shot Wooster Street is a street in SoHo and Greenwich Village in New York City. It's a cobblestone street which gives it an old gritty feeling. It is one of the few streets on Manhattan which still has the cobblestones.
GPS: ['40.7238540649414', '-74.0014877319336']
Bemelmans Bar at the Carlyle Hotel
Scene where Laura and her father Felix are going to a bar.
Scene was shot The Bemelmans Bar is decorated with murals painted by Ludwig Bemelmans. They depict Madeline in Central Park. The bar is the only place where you can see the work of Bemelmans in public. Instead of accepting payment for his work, Bemelmans received a year and a half of accommodations at the Carlyle Hotel for himself and his family. The bar is located on the ground level of the Carlyle Hotel which is a luxury residential hotel located on the Upper East Side of New York City. The hotel was opened in 1930. It was designed in Art Deco style and was named after Scottish essayist Thomas Carlyle.
GPS: ['40.7746315002441', '-73.9630737304688']